Statewide, the number of people killed in crashes has increased from 2011 but is the third lowest on record, the state Department of Transportation said Monday.
A press release issued by the department said that 1,310 people died in crashes in the state, an increase of 24 people from 2011.
The lowest recorded number of fatalities was 1,256 in 2009, PennDOT said.
Locally, the number of people killed on state roads has also increased.
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